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Kansas Criminal Record Expungement

A Kansas conviction or diversion on your record can cause significant difficulties in your life. It can keep you from getting or maintaining a job. It can disqualify you from obtaining a professional license. It can prevent you from getting a loan, renting an apartment or getting into school. Kansas law allows convictions and diversions for certain crimes to be expunged, or erased, from your record. Unfortunately expungement can be a complicated process because not all crimes can be expunged and the requirements for expungement are different for various crimes. At Leininger Law Offices we have experience with the Kansas expungement process. When you provide us with some basic information about your conviction or diversion we can tell you whether you are eligible. Please contact us so we can discuss whether expungement is available to you.

Kansas Expungement Lawyer

Attorney Brian Leininger is a Kansas lawyer who can help you clear your record through the expungement process

Practice Areas


Clear convictions, diversions, and arrests from your record


DUI convictions, diversions, and arrests can be erased


Diversion agreements can be cleared from your record

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We understand that people often need an expungement to open or reopen financial opportunities. We try to make it as easy as possible on you to get great legal advice and representation.

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